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GOW2013 partner for the Czech Republic: European Projects & Management Agency

Already a partner for GOW2012, the European Projects & Management Agency (EPMA) is again the Czech national partner for Get Online Week 2013. Local partnership The agency will involve 6.000 ICT learning centres in NGOs, libraries and state or municipal organizations, and in private organizations & schools. As a main partner,  NCBI (Czech Safer internet national awareness centre) has been invited to cooperate in […]

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GOW2013 partner for Hungary: Foundation for Development of Democratic Rights

Already a partner for GOW2012, the Foundation for Development of Democratic Rights (DemNet) is again the Hungarian national partner for Get Online Week 2013. Local partnership The foundation will involve 50 ICT learning centres  in NGO’s, in collaboration with the Hungarian Telecottage Association, the Foundation for Community Networking and regional telecottage networks and local telecottages. DemNet aims at involving about 5.000 people in the […]

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Press Release from Poland: GET ONLINE WEEK 2013 IS OPEN FOR ENTRIES

Warsaw, POLAND | 19 FEBRUARY 2013 On February 18th, the Polish coordinators of Get Online Week 2013 have announced the opening of the registration for Polish campaign participants. The participants – libraries, schools, cultural centres and other public institutions equipped with computers with internet access – are invited to organize events and meetings that enable […]

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GOW2013 partner for Malta: Malta Communications Authority

Already a partner for GOW2012 & GOW2011, the Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is again the Maltese national partner for Get Online Week 2013. Local partnership The organization will involve 13 ICT learning centres in NGOs and schools and has partnered with Microsoft. MCA expects to reach about 500 people during the campaign week.

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Successful ready-to-use Get Online Week scenarios from Poland

To help Polish organizations, libraries & institutions organize successful events during the Get Online Week campaign, the polish partner organization the Information Society Development Foundation (FRSI) have prepared some  ready-to-use scenarios that are now published in English and available to be used for the GOW2013 national partners. During the  campaign editions of  GOW2011 and GOW2012 , FRSI created a total 0f 6 scenarios, directed […]

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GOW2013 partner for Sweden: Digidel 2013

Already a partner for GOW2012 & GOW2011, Digidel 2013 is again the Swedish national partner for Get Online Week 2013. Local partnership The network will involve about 111 ICT learning centres in NGO’s, libraries, state or municipal organizations and in private organizations. The Minister of IT will participate and also the Swedish Digital Champion. There are about […]

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Active preparation for Get Online Week 2013 going on in Latvia

With less than 40 days left till Get Online Week 2013 will start all over Europe, in Latvia the preparation activities have reached their peak.  As in previous years, the GOW 2013 in Latvia is coordinated by the Latvian Information and communication Technology association (LIKTA), together with The Ministry of Environment Protection and regional development. Already […]

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GOW2013 partner for Moldova: Alliance of Access to Information and Training Community Centres

Already a partner for GOW2012 and GOW2011, The Alliance of Access to Information and Training Community Centres  (AAITCC) is again the Moldovan national partner for Get Online Week 2013. Local partnership The alliance will involve 47 ICT learning centres in NGO’s, libraries and schools. Also IT companies, Media partners and Local Public Administrations will be involved as […]

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GOW2013 partner for the UK: UK online centres

Already a partner for GOW2012 and GOW2011,  UK online centres (UKOL) is again the British national partner for Get Online Week 2013. Local partnership The network will involve 200 ICT learning centres in NGO’s, libraries and in private organizations and will partner with local UK online centres and other delivery partners. UKOL expects to reach about 4.000 people during […]

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Get Online Week 2012 Campaign Report

After gathering all national partner campaign reports, Telecentre-Europe has now published the general campaign report for Get Online Week 2012. It is clear that technology and the internet is continuously changing and challenging us to become more engaged in society. The Get Online Week campaign exists because we don’t want anyone to be left outside, […]

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